RWW Live: Mobile App Development

On this episode of RWW Live we chat about Mobile Web Development and have guests from Microsoft, Pandora and DevelopmentNow join us. A lively conversation ensued about building apps for mobile devices. It was particularly interesting to have everyone (including Loke from Microsoft) talk about how revolutionary the iPhone has been. Specifically the guests for the call were:

* Loke Uei Tan, Tech Product Manager from Windows Mobile
* Tom Conrad, CTO of Pandora
* Ben Strackany from mobile development company DevelopmentNow.

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